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Changed drive line oil(s)/Thanks!/ YELLOW WD45?

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Pete S

06-02-2002 18:42:56




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I finished changing the driveline/hydraulic oils today. The stuff that came out looked not too bad but...."not in my tractor".
Thank you to the people that responded to my posts. It's too bad that the folks that wrote the operator's manual couldn't have done a better job explaining about the two fill plugs, and the hydraulic portion of the driveline. I was confused at first. I'm not new to mechanical stuff but this was different.
BTW while laying under my WD45, I noticed that the thing "appears" to have been ORIGIONALY a yellow color. Is this an indicator of a special model?

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Glenn(WV)

06-02-2002 20:24:39




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 Re: Changed drive line oil(s)/Thanks!/ YELLOW WD45? in reply to Pete S, 06-02-2002 18:42:56  
It could have originally been sold to a highway department, and therefore been painted yellow for safety and visibility reasons.



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Don

06-05-2002 15:50:00




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 Re: Re: Changed drive line oil(s)/Thanks!/ YELLOW WD45? in reply to Glenn(WV), 06-02-2002 20:24:39  
On the yellow color. My D-17 had yellow paint under the orange. I figured it was just the primer, but not sure. Am pretty sure it was never used by the highway department.



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